Sana’a sets a new condition for the return of Israeli navigation in the Red Sea
The Deputy Director of the Moral Guidance Department of the Yemeni Armed Forces, Brigadier General Abdullah bin Amer, revealed that the decision to prohibit Israeli navigation in the Red and Arabian Seas will continue until the aggression against our brethren in the Gaza Strip ceases, after this decision was only linked to the lifting of the blockade or the entry of aid to Gaza.
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Brigadier General bin Amer stated in an interview with Sana’a Radio, “This position or decision came in implementation of the Al-Sayyed Abdul-Malik Badr Al-Din Al-Houthi to link the prevention of Israeli navigation or heading to the ports of occupied Palestine to the cessation of aggression on Gaza and the lifting of the blockade.”
Bin Amer added, “The shelling operations on Um Al-Rashrash and southern occupied Palestine are primarily linked to the cessation of aggression on Gaza, and the decision to prohibit navigation was linked to the lifting of the blockade or the entry of aid to the Gaza Strip, and here the armed forces embody these directives, and affirming in their statement issued today that the decision to prohibit Israeli navigation or heading to the ports of occupied Palestine will continue until the aggression on Gaza ceases and the blockade is lifted.”